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comment Failed automated tests: how to distinguish known and newly introduced bugs?
Stephen, thanks for your feedback. Is it possible somehow to have three statuses in Fitnesse?
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comment Failed automated tests: how to distinguish known and newly introduced bugs?
user246, yes, all your suggestions make sense but I want a clear indication of something happened. No bugs - green. Already known bugs - yellow, new bugs - red.
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comment Failed automated tests: how to distinguish known and newly introduced bugs?
Joe, thank you for your thoughts. What would be the best approach to automate comparing of two outputs in Fitnesse? I know how to do comparison in Fitnesse UI but the result is not user-friendly...
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comment Failed automated tests: how to distinguish known and newly introduced bugs?
Phil, we have hundreds of test cases under the hood. Automation suite is running every night. So in the morning we want to see if something changed. Say, we see 75 red test cases and we can't easily say whether these are known bugs (we don't have to do anything with them) or new bugs (we should write them into bug tracker).
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asked Failed automated tests: how to distinguish known and newly introduced bugs?